Rock band Flyleaf has teamed up with Livestream and released four acoustic performances, which you can watch below. The band performed three tracks from their new album New Horizons (review) as well as the track “All Around Me”, which comes from their 2005 self-titled debut album.
The band is currently on tour with Drowning Pool and Stars In Stereo. READ MORE
We here at Bloody-Disgusting have teamed up with Texan rockers Flyleaf to bring you an amazing contest! Below you can find out how you can win two tickets to ANY of their upcoming shows with Drowning Pool, a VIP package that includes access to a soundcheck party, early entrance, signed CD and t-shirt, plus more.
However, the cream of the crop is that one lucky winner will win a limited edition wood block print that bassist Pat Seals himself made. There are only eight of these total, so they are the ultimate prize for the ultimate Flyleaf fan!
Check out all the information below! READ MORE
Hard rock act Stars In Stereo have released a cover of the classic Nine Inch Nails song “Closer” via Revolver. The cover is a harder, less sexy version. So if you’ve been wanting a crunchier “Closer” with female vocals, check it out below! Note: Does anyone else hear the cellphone static thing at the very end of the stream?
Stars In Stereo will be touring with Drowning Pool and Flyleaf. Tour dates are below. READ MORE
Heavy rock bands Flyleaf and Drowning Pool will be co-headlining a US tour that begins Feb. 21st in Philadelphia and ends Mar. 24th in Tucson. Support will come from Los Angeles rock band Stars In Stereo. This will be Flyleaf’s first full tour with new singer Kristen May as the support their latest album New Horizons (review). You can see a full touring schedule below.
Flyleaf guitarist Sameer Bhattacharya exclaims, “We’re excited for everyone to experience Kristen May’s powerful and inspiring voice as she joins us on stage.”
Bassist Pat Seals adds, “I can’t wait for these new songs to happen live for both longtime and new fans.”
Drowning Pool guitarist CJ Pierce adds, “We’re excited as hell to get back out on the road and hang with our fellow Texas rockers Flyleaf. We’ve done some radio shows together in the past but this will be our first real run together. I know Flyleaf has great new line up and some amazing new tunes. We’ll be playing a killer mix of songs from our catalogue and some new tunes as well. Looking forward to rocking out with everyone.”
Make sure to check out our “Craziest Holiday Gifts” from Stars In Stereo here. READ MORE
Hard rock band Flyleaf has released an official video for “Call Me Out”, which comes off their latest album New Horizons (review). The video is entirely animated in black and white with tons of shading that brings to mind the video game Limbo. The story revolves around a bear that captures a town of bunnies while destroying the buildings. While he is dragging them off, a murder of birds (I dont know if they’re crows but the ‘murder’ part definitely applies), a fox, and I think some deer stalk the bear, waiting for the perfect moment to strike and release their hippity-hoppity pals. Check out the video below. READ MORE
BD Music not bring you enough contests? Alrighty then! Below you can find out all the details on how one of you readers can get your hands on a copy of Flyleaf‘s new album New Horizons (review) that’s been signed by the whole band!
Make sure to check out our exclusive interview with bassist Pat Seals right here.
Remember, we’re also giving away a copy of Dethklok‘s Dethlabum III on vinyl here as well as some Deftones Koi No Yokan swag here. READ MORE
When news broke that Flyleaf singer Lacey Sturm was leaving the band mere weeks before the release of their latest album New Horizons, it was a complete shock to fans and even casual listeners. After all, how could we, the listeners, go into this without feeling sadness, even a sense of betrayal?
But what other choice is there? I can sit back and complain, saying that I’ll never listen to the album. But what’s the point? Why would I deprive myself the opportunity to hear Lacey’s final (for the foreseeable future) offering? And so I hit ‘Play’ to see if her exit was one with grace or if it left a sour taste in my mouth. READ MORE
Flyleaf singer Lacey Sturm has announced that she will be departing the band, effective immediately. The band has also announced that ex-Vedera vocalist Kristen May has stepped in for all future tour dates supporting the upcoming album New Horizons, which comes out next week on Oct. 30th.
“When listening to New Horizons, I would hope that fans would be able to lose themselves in the story of each of these songs and form their own connections to them—as we have in the band,” remarked bass player Pat Seals. “There is a great deal of our souls laid bare on this record, and I feel like it really comes through on the tracks.”
Read on for more statements. Also, make sure to check out our interview with Pat here. READ MORE
Although there isn’t a set release date, New Horizons, the third studio album from hard rock band Flyleaf, is slated to be out soon (sooner than you’d think). In anticipation of this impending release, we caught up with bassist Pat Seals to discuss the new album and what fans can expect as well as the changes the band has made since their last album, Memento Mori. Read below for this exclusive interview!
You can snag the single on iTunes. READ MORE
Rock band Flyleaf have released a video for “New Horizons”, the first single off their upcoming album of the same name. The video shows the band performing in a room that is littered with old photographs of the band. At the end, vocalist Lacey Sturm opens up a photo album and then joins her husband, Joshua and son, Joshua “Jack”, on a picnic blanket (note: these are really her husband and son). Check out the video below.
Also, as a bonus, today marks Lacey’s birthday, so make sure to wish her a happy birthday! READ MORE
Flyleaf will be premiering their music video for “New Horizons”, the first single from their upcoming album of the same name, this Tuesday, the 4th, on Fuse. The album still has no release date but that will apparently be coming out soon. The teaser can be seen below.
Now, I know that the whole teaser trailer for a trailer is already a big thing with movies but do we really need this in music videos? It’s slowly becoming more and more popular and I really don’t see the point. It’s the same concept as with movie trailers. Why do I want to get a 30-second clip for something that lasts a total of 2:30 to 3:30? Seems kind of unnecessary. READ MORE
Texas hard rock group Flyleaf have released “New Horizons”, the first single from their upcoming album of the same name. New Horizons will be released this fall. The single will be released on iTunes on Aug. 21st and can be streamed below. This album will be the follow-up to 2009′s Memento Mori.
Bassist Pat Seals explains a bit about the song: “‘New Horizons’ expresses a feeling of looking toward the unknown future with hope. Definitely one of our best and most joyful songs – I am excited to see how our fans will receive it.” READ MORE
If you aren’t seeing Underworld: Awakening tonight and are pissed off about that, here’s a video to tide you over that features footage not seen in the trailers. The song is called Heavy Prey and is performed by Filter‘s Gene Lenardo with Flyleaf‘s Lacey Sturm on vocals. It’s definitely a good fit for the movie and the visuals match the aesthetics of the film.
Check out the video below.
Vancouver band Art of Dying have released a lyric video for ‘Die Trying’, which you can check below. Art of Dying is the first act to be signed to Intoxication/Reprise Records, which was founded by Disturbed members David Draiman and Dan Donegan. The band has just finished recording their debut album which should hit streets in early 2011. The album was produced by Howard Benson (10 Years, 3 Doors Down, Seether) and mixed by Chris Lord-Alge (Flyleaf, Stone Temple Pilots, Slipknot).